Geolyte, known as Geolitia in the PAL versions and Geolite (ジオライト Jioraito) in the JP version, is a planet that made its debut in the original Meteos game on the DS, and has since appeared in Meteos Online and Meteos Wars . It is by far the most popular planet, ranking #1 on the official poll.
"An earth-like planet, Geolyte is covered with water, mountains, and a healthy atmosphere." --Meteos Instruction Booklet
"Earth, water, and air are balanced on this blue planet. The merry Geolyte civilization is very similar to Earth's." --In-game description
Geolyte is an Earth-like planet that is 9,800 kilometers (6,089 miles) in diameter and abundant in life.
The inhabitants of Geolyte are, confusingly, also called Geolytes. (In the PAL versions, they are called Geolites, whereas the planet is Geolitia.) The planet has a population of 5.8 billion Geolytes. Geolytes stand at 90cm tall.
Geolyte has 9 columns in both Meteos (DS) and Meteos Wars. It has 10 in Meteos Sobyo.
It is one of the four planets available at the start of the DS game, alongside Firim, Oleana, and Anasaze. The same occurs in Meteos Wars, alongside the previous three and the new planet Lumious. It is generally considered the most balanced planet. With normal gravity, fairly powerful ignitions and moderate time for burnt Meteos to restore themselves, it is well-suited for beginner players.
In Meteos Wars, it has the Gambit Planet Impact.
In Meteos (DS), the following Meteos appear on Geolyte:
In Meteos Wars, the following Meteos appear:
- Air: ~24.39%
- Fire: ~24.39%
- H2O: ~24.39%
- Soil: ~24.39%
- Herb: ~2.44%
Geolyte does not need to be unlocked in Meteos (DS) or in Meteos Wars if the full game has been downloaded. Geolyte is always available at default.
Geolyte's soundtrack in the DS game, Bravo, also does not need to be unlocked.
Meteo Launched/Winning: Jumps up happily. Warning: Shakes and jumps. Loss: (DS): Falls down. (X360): Looks down sad.